Pins of the Week

Pins of the Week… Here’s a round up of some of our favorite finds on Pinterest!

pins of the week

Baby Faces: So we’ve seen how adorable table numbers with childhood photos are, but what about extending the child-like theme throughout the wedding? When we saw this lovable pin, we couldn’t help but become overjoyed with nostalgia and think of all the creative ways to use kiddie photos. The face masks are genius and can also double as fans with wedding programs printed on the back for guests to use and keep forever, of course. It also opens up the idea for loads of fun if you are using a photobooth are your reception. Either way, the idea is both fun, functional, and a unique touch that guests will be smiling about for a long time!

pins of the week

Mini Champagne: The mini craze is still on! But this time, we are seeing new takes on miniature snacks and favors for weddings. Using mini bottles as escort cards on a beautifully decorates table and serving fun-sized cans like Sofia champagne with pink straws during cocktail hour is a festive way to put everyone in a great mood. People tend to overlook using gorgeous food and drink as decor, but it is not only functional but completely chic as well! If you are serving a beautiful bottle of win or champagne, why not let that be the centerpiece? Don’t be afraid to draw attention to those special details, especially if you have hand selected drinks for your big day.

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Sleeves: It feels as though this week’s pins have a common thread. So many trends that have so much staying power. Sleeves on wedding gowns is one look we have talked about A LOT in the last year, especially since the Royal Wedding where Kate Middleton blew everyone away in delicate lace sleeves in her custom Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown. But the new take on sleeves is so stunning, we just had to share. We love seeing a more sultry and modern element to a very traditional look. Cue Kim Karadashian’s recent Givenchy wedding dress that matched high-fashion, a sexy silhouette and an incredibly timeless and romantic Italian lace look. We can’t wait for the weather to cool down and see more brides embrace lace and the long sleeve gown!

 

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